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How to Become a Volunteer for NDOW

Posted by on Apr 1, 2016

How to Become a Volunteer for NDOW

Volunteers assist on projects as diverse as the work of the Department of Wildlife. They work on projects like surveying raptors and reptiles, gathering sagebrush seed, transplanting bighorn sheep and pronghorn, restoring wildlife habitat, and so much more. This week we talk with NDOW Volunteer Coordinators, Kim Toulouse and Abbe Czarnecki. Hear about the exciting opportunities for volunteers...

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Volunteers are the Life Blood of NDOW

Posted by on Apr 1, 2016

On any given weekend, in the freezing cold or sweltering heat, you will find them working in Nevada’s remote locations. They plant seeds to revegetate areas destroyed by fire. They build water developments (guzzlers) so that wildlife in dry areas will have water to drink. They often wade through freezing water on a stream survey or spend countless hours braving the weather on bighorn sheep...

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